California’s unemployment rate hit 7.6 percent in May, maintaining its steady decline past pre-recession levels, the state Employment Development Department reported on Friday.
A Marina del Rey man has been convicted on charges related to a rapidly-growing high-tech crime known as synthetic identity theft, according to an exclusive KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO report.
Carra Robertson wrote a letter to the Thousand Oaks Acorn but the missive was written to be a message to the person or persons who took her property.
The board voted Wednesday night to replace Dov Charney as chairman of the downtown L.A.-based company, according to a new report.
In-N-Out is the latest fast food chain to raise its prices due to the soaring costs of core ingredients like dairy and beef.
Starbucks announced a program Monday intended to help its baristas earn an online college degree.
General Motors recalling 3.2 million additional cars in the US for ignition switch problems.
Shoppers also took to Twitter and posted pictures of the long lines.
A tweet containing computer code propagated itself through Twitter Wednesday by taking advantage of a security flaw in Twitter’s TweetDeck application.
Members of the council’s Economic Development Committee are suggesting an increase from the state’s minimum wage of $8 to $15.37 be implemented for workers at hotels with at least 300 rooms by July 1, 2015.
The recent USC Dornsife-Los Angeles Times poll says 89 percent of voters surveyed view the drought as a “crisis or major problem.” Yet only 16 percent say it’s affected them.
Former state regulators allegedly helped officials with Boeing derail the cleanup of a partial nuclear meltdown site in Simi Valley, according to a new report.
The City of Angels has the worst traffic in the nation, according to a new report by GPS navigation company Tom Tom.
Police say an employee of Saint Francis of Rome Church on April 15 discovered a theft of personal check and cash donations from the previous week.
Dr. Robert A. Glazer, 67, was indicted on one count of conspiracy to commit health care fraud. He was arrested May 13 and is free on bond, according to the U.S. attorney’s office.
Progressive International Motorcycle Shows was in Long Beach from December 9-11, bringing together motorcycle enthusiasts and manufacturers who showed off their latest models and accessories.
Nine new warning labels that feature graphic images that convey the dangers of smoking will be required by the Food and Drug Administration to be on U.S. cigarette packs by 2012.
Summertime means fun time for many of us, but it may leave some wondering what to wear. Here are five colors that can do no wrong in your summer-wardrobe lineup!
The Electronic Entertainment Expo, which began Tuesday, is giving the gaming industry a chance to debut their latest inventions.
All the latest in electronic toys, er, gadgets debuted this week at the annual Consumer Electronics Show.